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February 07, 2015


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This is nothing compared to what went on during Bo Xilai's downfall, mini-coup attempt in Beijing and all. And nobody's saying nuttink.

If one follows the news, shadowy no moves barred political moves with extreme public reticence about revealing details happens every so often.

I just pretty much viewed the whole Nisman incidence as something only insiders would ever be allowed to know what happened. Including the possibility of a empty-meaning Vince Foster type incident generating conspiracy theories everywhere.

Here's a proposition: Argentine politics actually is the way a plurality of Americans imagine our politics to be.

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